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Long summer days mean lots of outdoor activities, often with our pets. It also means its time to watch for signs of heat stroke. The combined heat and humidity of a Virginia su…
Dogs and cats have to pant to cool their body, which is not as efficient as sweating and places pets at a higher risk for heat stroke, particularly when external temperatures are not much cooler than your pet’s body temperature. http://www.thecovevets.com/blog/2018/06/keep-your-pets-cool-summer-heat-stroke-prevention-tips/


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